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'''Roosevelt Junior College''' was an institution serving African-American students, located on an 18-acre campus at 1235 Fifteenth Street in West Palm Beach, Florida. It took its name from the adjacent black Roosevelt High School (Florida)|Roosevelt High School, named in honor of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt.Walter L. Smith, ''The Magnificent Twelve: Florida's Black Junior Colleges'', Winter Park, Florida, FOUR-G Publishers, 1994, ISBN 1885066015, pp 79–80. It opened its doors in 1958, and for its first year was located in the facilities of Roosevelt High School,Unsigned, "Roosevelt Junior College", http://www.palmbeachstate.edu/history/roosevelt-junior-college/, retrieved August 15, 2015. which was merged with Palm Beach High School in 1970 to create Palm Beach Lakes Community High School#History|Twin Lakes High School. Its first and only president was Britton G. Sayles (also principal of Roosevelt...
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